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Thursday, February 18, 2016

Dremel Dreams Program: 3D Printing Classroom Package

New 3-D Printing Classroom Package Available from Dremel

School Library Journal | February 16, 2016

Incorporating new technology is important for demonstrating the applications of STEM education, but limited access to advanced technology and corresponding curriculum can be a barrier for educators. That’s why Dremel, the trusted manufacturer of tools for life and learning, created the Dremel Dreams program, a digital ecosystem that promotes a student-driven learning environment for 3D printing. The program equips educators with a comprehensive toolkit for classroom support, including 3D-specific lesson plans and intuitive design software and hardware.
The Dremel Dreams program integrates 3D printing into the classroom with lesson plans developed by curriculum experts at Florida State University. 

Dremel recently made its 3D printer, the Dremel Idea Builder, available to classrooms everywhere. The new academic kit also includes Dremel Dreams, an educational program specifically developed to introduce digital technology in your classroom. As the fastest out-of-the box solution with easy-to-use, built-in software, your students can start building 3D designs in a matter of minutes. Source:

<more at; related links: (Studica: Dream Big with Dremel) and ('Dremel Dreams' program integrates 3D printing and STEM education in the classroom. February 3, 2016)>

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